Damage from the July 13 windstorm that tore through Quincy is still clearly visible along city streets. Things are finally starting to return to normal in Quincy, but the volume of debris left from the storm will take some time to clean up.
An army of volunteers assisted the elderly and disabled to remove debris from their properties over the weekend. They worked in high heat and humidity along with some rain at times as part of the "Neighbors Helping Neighbors" campaign. Unfortunately, they were able to do just so much. Most of them needed to return to work today. Much more needs to be done in the city's recovery. With th
The City of Quincy has been hard at work clearing streets and coordinating cleanup efforts after a major thunderstorm damaged homes, businesses, and knocked out power for a large portion of the city on Monday evening. Mayor Kyle Moore spoke with Y101 on Tuesday afternoon to provide an update to residents.
Quincy residents continue to recover from an intense thunderstorm that passed through the area on Monday evening. Thousands have been without power, many roads are impassable and several businesses are closed. Mayor Kyle Moore and emergency management officials held a press conference at noon on Tuesday to discuss the City's cleanup efforts and to provide instructions for those impacted by the sto
Adams County residents are dealing with major storm damages Tuesday morning as thousands of residents are still without power after severe storms hit Monday night. Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore declared a State of Emergency Monday night after 70 mph winds ripped through Quincy, downing power lines and damaging homes.
Following Monday night's windstorm in Quincy, several local businesses and restaurants are closed due to the power outage and/or property damage. Here is a list of businesses that are open and offering special services to the public following the storm.